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What is the occupation of the Paleolithic age?
The Paleolithic age is old stone age about millions years ago. The Paleolithic Age is also known as the Stone Age.
The Paleolithic Age, sometimes called the Stone Age, is marked by man's first use of stone tools. The lower level of that period began between 2.500,000 and 200,000 years …ago. During archeological digs, some of the stone tools were found with remains, believed to be some of the first humans.
No one really knows because there is no written record. They are very weird if you made them up. Something like Oga Ugga goo.
There wasn't any.
The prefix "paleo" means "old" while the suffix "lithic" means stone- "Old stone age". This was when humans were not yet into civilization, and were nomadic …hunters and gathers. Civilization and the advanced achievements that would come of it (like agriculture, cities, music, art, literature, government architecture, engineering, ect...) would begin in Neolithic times. (New stone age) Technology would make a drastic incline by the end of the paleolithic era. Even then there was religion, spiritualism, and beliefs of magical superstition, and deities.
People invented more new ways to explore so paleolithic sge came to an end
Finding enough food to live and raise a family.
The Neolithic Era
The Palaeolithic (Old Stone Age) people decorated their cave walls either by carving or engraving them with sharp stones, or by painting them with pigment made from minerals. …Red (rust) colors were obtained from iron oxide; black came either from charcoal or manganese dioxide; and white, which was rarely used, came from kaolin or kaolinite. These minerals were ground up on pestles and mortars, and combined to produce a variety of colors. They were then mixed with water to make paint. Archaeologists used to think that the pigments were mixed with oils or fats, but experiments have shown that this does not work. The paints were applied to the walls either with fingers, fur, or brushes made from twigs. It may be that the artists also used blues and greens obtained from plants such as woad, but these colors have faded from the walls, and so we cannot be certain of this.
Survival. Paleolothic people spent all their waking time looking for food, hunting for food, or storing food.
Humans in the Paleolithic Age were nomadic because they had not yet developed farming or domesticated any food animals. Hunter gatherers use up the local resources and have to… move on or starve.
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If you mean, what kind of tools did humans use in the Paleolithic age, mostly sticks (some of which were on fire), arrows & bows, and rocks chipped into arrowheads. If you mea…n kinds of human were living in the Paleolithic age, that depends on whether you consider other animals in our genus to be human.
the difference is that in the paleolithic age they used simple stone tools.